What are the main disadvantages of the Test management system?

I would like to create their own TMS (system for test documentation, test cases, etc.), so I would like to learn the basic shortcomings of modern TMS, which features just have to be in such a system, and that is simply unacceptable. I myself worked only in Testlink and in the system, designed specially in the company, so I would like to collect more extensive representation of such systems
March 20th 20 at 11:19
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March 20th 20 at 11:21
I saw one system "new type", it HipTest, there are steps that can be reused. In classical systems, you just write/copy-paste text. Such systems are not needed, then it is possible in word to keep everything.
When descriptions are formalized and semantics, new opportunities to really manage tests and not just put them there. Then you can maybe answer the question of how many tests we pass through this screen. How many tests we have to press that button. I believe that the meaning of such systems in this. Provide new opportunities to work with the data. Not just do vault of text, with accounts to be able to distribute the texts and to collect ticks are put by the users (testers). Or some sort of beautiful reports from this cut. Ie it is clear that it is also necessary, but this is not important in the control system tests. This is not what distinguishes control system testing, control system <something else>. I believe that the digital system should not just be a computer to replace paper, but to extend human capabilities. Let him do what he previously was not available. Then it is justified. For example e-book gives a full text search, while books, at best, limited subject index.
March 20th 20 at 11:23
I think you're going to do shit.

PS: no, it's not trolling.

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